the public at 11:00 a.m. of course, you can count on wusa 9 to have live coverage of all the events. >> ken, thanks a lot for that. freedom plaza is located across from city hall has gotten pretty crowded with a lot of diverse people and a lot of different issues. brittany morehouse reports on how everybody's getting along. >> reporter: with cursive writing etched in cement at freedom plaza. >> the idea you and i are now talking like this is just common. you approach me and ask could you interview me. that would be something that would be real unique back then. >> reporter: not today. you can see that everywhere. these demonstrators for d.c. statehood stand side by side with those against moore and occupy d.c. protesters. their causes different, but their connections the same. dan anderson is here on a one- way ticket. he finds himself tearing up after this man asks for a photo and then embraces him off camera. >> i've had more flags right here today welcoming me home than white people in the last 45 years. >> reporter: just like color, compassion comes in different shades as well.
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